Wegmans’ bid to open a store in Hanover, NJ took an interesting twist recently, when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a decision reversing a previous ruling, and holding that Village Supermarkets, a ShopRite operator and Wakefern member, may be subject to an antitrust claim related to its efforts to thwart Wegmans’ plans.

In other words, Wegmans is claiming that Village Supermarkets tried to stop them from coming to Hanover, and now Village Supermarkets may be in lots of trouble. Here’s a link to the legal summary: When Land Use And Antitrust Collide: The Curious Case of Wegmans V. ShopRite